Pomona, CA asked in Employment Discrimination

Q: what can i do if my exemployer breached the Non-disparagement clause in our settlement? I had to put her as a job refer

My ex-employer, she agreed to be civil and patient and not bad mouth my reputation as the Non-paragement clause read in our settlement.But i applied for a job and had no choice but put her as a job reference since i worked there about 7 years! And got a call from my future employer at my new job and she said that my old employer had nothing nice to say and denied and said it was all wrong information!But my future employer still agreed to try me and hire me and the next day i was about to show up to work my future employer said that she got a call from a blocked caller saying she was my old employer and badmouthed me even more to the point that my future employer didnt want me to work for them anymore!!! WHAT CAN I DO?!

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William C. Head
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William C. Head
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A: You need direct assistance from a CALIF attorney. Take your contract, about non-disparagement to a lawyer. Here is a list of employment attorneys, who should be able to look over your paperwork and situation.

http://attorneys.superlawyers.com/employment-law-employee/california-northern/

If you have a decent case, one of these folks should be willing to take on your cause.

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